You can easily calculate the desired percentile in MATLAB using the `quantile`

function. The 99th percentile can be calculated as follows:

Suppose you have a vector `data`

of numeric values; you can calculate the 99th percentile as follows:

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Here, `p`

is the desired percentile and `data`

is a vector of numeric values. The `quantile`

function returns the p-th percentile of `data`

.

Alternatively, you can use the `prctile`

function to achieve the same result:

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Either way, `pct`

will be the value that represents the 99th percentile of the data.

Note that if you have NaN values in `data`

, the percentile functions will return NaN as the output. You can remove these NaN values using the `isnan`

function and `data(~isnan(data))`

.

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